Hopkins Places 12 on Academic All-Big Ten Team
Tinney, Foley Named to First Team, Moreland, Kuhn, Williams Earn Honorable Mention
Blue Jays Use 8-1 Run to Pull Away from Terrapins
Blue Jays, Buckeyes Meet in B1G Tournament for Third Time
Blue Jays Top Wolverines, 10-9, on Goal in Final Minute
- Ranked 11th in school history in faceoff attempts (517).
- Will become 11th player in school history to win 300 faceoffs with 13 more wins.
- Ranked as the #28 freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2015.
- Played in the final nine games of the season after missing the first six games with an injury.
- Hopkins' top faceoff specialist as he won 102-of-188 (.543) faceoffs with 35 ground balls in nine games.
- Made first appearance of the season in an 8-7 overtime loss to Syracuse and won 8-of-12 faceoffs and registered one assist.
- Sparked 18-17 come-from-behind overtime win against Virginia by winning 16-of-29 faceoffs with five ground balls. 29 FO attempts are career high.
- Fueled 12-6 win over seventh-ranked Rutgers by winning 13-of-22 faceoffs with seven GBs.
- Won 19-of-28 faceoffs and added five GBs in crucial 13-11 win over fifth-ranked Penn State. 19 FO wins are career high and most by a Johns Hopkins player since 2014.
- Was 13-of-20 with seven GBs and an assist in a 19-9 win over Michigan and turned in solid 12-of-17 performance with three GBs at eventual national champion Maryland.
- Played in 12 of 15 games and teamed with Craig Madarasz as Hopkins' top faceoff tandem.
- Won 74-of-125 (.592) faceoffs on the year with 31 ground balls, one goal and two assists.
- Turned in a strong effort against Rutgers in the Big Ten Tournament Semifinals as he won 12-of-13 faceoffs, grabbed five ground balls and scored the first goal of his career.
- Fueled early-season win against Princeton as he went 13-of-19 (.684) with six ground balls in first extensive playing time of the season.
- Came back with another strong effort against Towson as he was 11-of-13 (.846) with three ground balls against the Tigers.
- Won 7-of-12 faceoffs with a ground ball against nation's top faceoff team in Syracuse. Won decisive FO in overtime to give JHU possession in what became an 11-10 Blue Jay victory.
- Won 7-of-9 faceoffs and added four ground balls in the 19-7 win at UMBC and came back with a 9-of-12 effort with four GBs at Rutgers.
- Played in 16 of 18 games as a freshman faceoff specialist.
- Won 111-of-202 (.550) faceoffs with 45 ground balls on the year. Ranked third on the team ground balls and second in faceoff wins while leading the team in faceoff winning percentage.
- Made an immediate impact in first game of his career as he was 8-of-11 on faceoffs and added a team-high seven GBs and one assist.
- Won 5-of-9 faceoffs and added two ground balls in a 13-8 win against Navy.
- Enjoyed a strong outing against Virginia during regular season as he won a career-high 10 faceoffs on 13 attempts and added three GBs.
- Solid in a 15-12 loss at Ohio State with an 8-for-13 showing and two ground balls and came back with a 7-of-12 effort on faceoffs against Penn State.
- Earned Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week after going 15-of-25 on faceoffs with six ground balls in a 15-12 come-from-behind win at third-ranked Maryland.
- Won 10-of-18 faceoffs and grabbed two GBs in a 14-9 win over Penn State in the Big Ten Semifinals and came back with a 10-of-17 showing on faceoffs with a career-high nine ground balls against Ohio State in the title game.
- Fueled 19-7 win at Virginia in first round of NCAA Tournament by winning 15-of-23 faceoffs with three ground balls. 15 faceoff wins tied career-high.
- Was just 6-for-20 with two ground balls in NCAA Quarterfinals against Syracuse, but won final faceoff of the game with 23 seconds remaining to help JHU run out the clock in a 16-15 victory.
- Closed rookie season by winning 11-of-23 faceoffs with six ground balls against Maryland in the NCAA Semifinals.
At Boys' Latin
- Played lacrosse and soccer at nearby Boys' Latin.
- Led team to an 18-0 record, the prestigious MIAA "A" title and number one national ranking as a senior.
- Helped team to MIAA Semifinals as a freshman and sophomore and runner-up finish as a junior.
- BL posted a four-year record of 63-16 during his career, including a 37-1 mark in final two years.
- Improved faceoff winning percentage each year: Freshman (60%), sophomore (69%), junior (71%), senior (75%).
- Totaled 340 career ground balls, includig 100 as a junior and 106 as a senior.
- Team captain and MIAA Championship game MVP as a senior.
- Hunter Moreland.
- The son of Terry and Julie Moreland.
- Has two brothers, Matt and Mackenzie.
- Majoring in political science.